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Video: UK’s Biggest Political Banner Visits Cornwall

  Check out the Yes to Fairer Votes team when they took the UK’s biggest political banner on a national tour, taking in St Ives and Newquay along the way. 3 Reasons to Say Yes on May 5th 1 Make

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YES to Fairer Votes unveil UK’s biggest political banner

Yes to Fairer Votes unveiled what is believed to be the UK’s largest political banner in Cornwall a few days ago. The giant 300 square metre banner was rolled out on the Island in St Ives above Porthmeor beach, and

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Charles Kennedy Hits out at No2AV’s ‘Cheap Tricks’

Former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kenndy has hit out at the No2AV campaign group following their placement of ads in newspapers that he has branded as ‘distasteful at best, shocking and outrageous at worst.’ He said, “Over recent days No2AV

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Cornwall Loves Fairer Votes this Valentine’s Day!

The Yes to Fairer Votes campaign team could be found on Marazion beach this weekend, honing their ‘sand art’ skills (as shown in the picture above) and highlighting that this Valentines’ Day, Cornwall should fall in love with Fairer Votes. The referendum

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  • “The fight is on; it’s time to pick a side” – Clegg launches European election campaign April 24, 2014
    At a Town Hall style event in Colchester this morning, Nick Clegg launched the Lib Dem campaign for the European elections, which will see the party seeking to defend its 12 seats in the European Parliament. Speaking at the event, Clegg framed the elections as a clear choice between internationalism and isolationism: The election on the […]
    The Voice
  • Opinion: Russia and the Great Illusion April 24, 2014
    In 1910, British journalist Norman Angell published “The Great Illusion”, arguing that the integration of the global economy was so all-embracing and irreversible that future wars were all but impossible. Released shortly before the outbreak of the Great War, the idea that humans had outgrown their propensity to mass slaughter did not stand the test […]
    Joe Bourke